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Biographical entry Trent, Faith Helen Elly (1941 - )

Born
30 May 1941
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Educator

Summary

Faith Trent holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Diploma in Teaching from the University of Sydney, a Master of Arts from Simon Fraser University, Canada, and a Master of Arts (Honours) from Macquarie University, New South Wales. She has undertaken higher education consultancies in curriculum design and implementation, teaching and learning, and multicultural education, and has provided advice to the governments of Brunei, Hong Kong and Canada.

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Events

1963 - 1969
Career position - Teacher in Australia and Canada
1969 - 1972
Career position - Lecturer at Simon Fraser University, Canada
1972 - 1976
Career position - Lecturer at Macquarie University, New South Wales
1977 - 1984
Career position - Lecturer in Curriculum at Newcastle College of Advanced Education (CAE)
1984 - 1986
Career position - Head of the Department of Home Economics at Newcastle College of Advanced Education (CAE)
1986 - 1988
Career position - Head of the School of Paramedical and Community Welfare Studies at the Hunter Institute of Higher Education, New South Wales
1988 - 1991
Career position - Dean of the Sturt Campus of the South Australia College of Advanced Education (CAE)
1991 -
Career position - Professor of Education at Flinders University of South Australia
1991 - 1997
Career position - Dean of Education at Flinders University of South Australia
1992 - 1996
Career position - Member of the National Committee for the Advancement of University Teaching
1995 -
Career position - Member of the Multicultural Forum
1997 -
Career position - Head of the Faculty of Education, Humanities, Law and Theology at Flinders University of South Australia

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Online Resources

See also

  • Herd, Margaret (ed.), Who's Who in Australia 2002, 38 edn, Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001, 2020 pp. Details

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